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A Holistic Approach to Victims and Victimology
Author Jo-Anne Wemmers explains the emerging field of victimology and why a victim-centred, holistic approach is important.

Count Down to Congress
Congress is just over one week away and we are getting excited to make our way down to the Mattamy Centre with all the other presses and set up our book exhibit! We hope to see you some time during the week at booth 14. This year we are 5 booths wide (6 if you count our sister division UTP Distribution) so you cant miss us.

A Reformation Sourcebook: Documents from an Age of Debate
Author Michael W. Bruening explains the impetus behind his new Reformation sourcebook, the innovative structure of the book, and how it contributes to the important task of teaching empathy to today's history students.

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